The Last Of Us Remastered for PlayStation 4
PS4

The Last Of Us Remastered

Jul 29, 2014
9.41
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Excellent
4th of 6546

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Naughty Dog
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Abandoned cities reclaimed by nature. A population decimated by a modern plague. Survivors are killing each other for food, weapons whatever they can get their hands on. Joel, a brutal survivor, and Ellie, a brave young teenage girl who is wise beyond her years, must work together if they hope to survive their journey across the US.

Gamer Reviews

218573 Reviews
9.59
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Jun 7, 2021

This game will somehow give you a different POV in terms of post apocalyptic, zombie-ish thing. For me, it's kind short.


The story of Eli and Joel actually made me want to finish the game within just a few days.


Gameplay seems normal. But hey, you can't ignore the fact that this game will really hit you right in the feels!


Music is really good! Voice acting is so legit!

Jun 1, 2021

A MUST-PLAY FOR GAMERS

The Last of Us on PS4 looks better than ever in this Remastered version. With the 60FPS Smooth movement and The Left Behind DLC. trust me even if you played the game on PS3 you won't regret playing it on PS4. The Story, The Graphics, The Gameplay everything looks great in this Remastered version

Absolutely enjoyed playing it on The PS4.

Story - 9/10

Graphics - 10/10

Gameplay - 9/10

Music - 10/10

Engaging - 10/10

May 23, 2021

gameplay - 9

story - 10

graphics - 9

music - 10

engaging - 10

Critic Reviews

37 Reviews
9.23
10.0
Colin MoriartyJul 28, 2014
In 2013, I called The Last of Us on PlayStation 3 a masterpiece. The same holds true of its PlayStation 4 "Remastered" sibling. You can’t go wrong with either version, but with Remastered you’ll get a better framerate that smooths out gunplay, a prettier, sharper look, and a bunch of DLC content rolled into the package from the get-go.
Jeremy ParishJul 28, 2014
There's not really enough distance between the PS3 version of The Last of Us and this new Remaster to make it worth double-dipping, unless you're simply that fixated on counting lines of resolution. If you missed out the first time around, though, you really shouldn't let it slip past again. While it often works better as a movie than a game, it still stands at the state of the art. And the writing is good enough to enjoy even if you hate zombie genre fiction (like I do). The Last of Us is about refinement, not innovation, and this version takes the art of refinement another step forward.
Daniel BischoffAug 01, 2014
Technically speaking, The Last of Us is still one of the more incredible feats of engineering given how beautiful its animations, textures, and sound design come together. One of my favorite moments in the entire game comes fairly late and precedes another spoiler. ...If the film does come together, The Last of Us presents a serious, visually-stunning, and intelligent world to explore, but I actually liked leaving it behind after my first playthrough.